Cindy Zeldin is the Executive Director of Georgians for a Healthy Future, a non-profit consumer health advocacy organization that advocates for access to quality, affordable health care for all Georgians through public education and outreach, coalition building, and public policy advocacy.
Cindy joined Georgians for a Healthy Future as Executive Director in 2009 and brought ten years of prior experience in health policy to the role. Her previous positions include working as a senior program associate in the health policy program at the New America Foundation, a national think tank; as federal affairs coordinator for the public policy organization Demos; and working within state government at the Georgia Department of Audits, where she was part of a team that conducted program audits of health care programs in the state.
She also currently serves as a consumer representative to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), was appointed to and served on the Georgia Senate Consumer and Provider Protection Act Study Committee in 2015, the Governor’s Health Insurance Exchange Advisory Committee in 2011, and was named one of Georgia’s “40 Under 40: Georgia’s Best and Brightest” by Georgia Trend magazine in 2010. She was also recognized by the League of Women Voters of Georgia with an Empowerment Award in the area of health care in 2014 and by HealthSTAT in 2011 with a Community Partner Award. Cindy serves as a volunteer on several advisory committees and boards, including on the Georgia Health Information Network board and the United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta’s Health Access Leadership Council.
She holds an MPH from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, an MA from the George Washington University, and a BA from Emory University.